Most people probably don’t realise how much time they will spend driving around in their vehicle. However, it’s easy to buy a used car - or even a new one - and not care about adding a personalised touch to its design. Whether you’re travelling to London or Essex, car wrapping is the best way of bringing that custom-designed car from your favourite video game to life.
Of course, gaming is one of the best ways to flex those creative muscles, so here are three titles that will help you lay the foundation for your car’s final design.
Burnout Paradise Remastered
Burnout Paradise was remastered and released earlier this year. It’s a fan-favourite title that many people will have fond memories of, mainly for how players could drive a Hunter Cavalry or Montgomery Hyperion and perform takedowns on other cars.
Of course, there is the opportunity to change your car’s colours and pick the one that best suits you. It’s the first step in moulding your actual car’s final design.
The Crew 2
Ubisoft’s open-world racing title is a dream come true for any car aficionado. Players can enjoy a co-op experience with other users online and choose from a variety of vehicles - from cars to motorbikes - to travel across a wide area of the US. However, the most important part is that both your vehicle and character can be customised.
Forza Horizon 3
Forza is one of the most popular racing franchises out on the market, with it divided up into two different series: Horizon and Motorsport. Forza Horizon 3 is a brilliant experience for anyone that likes challenging racetracks and the ability to customise cars, from an Aston Martin V12 Zagato to a 1960 Chevrolet Corvette.
What’s even better is that its sequel, Forza Horizon 4, is out later this year, which will continue to improve on the customisation features in the series.